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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome H. Powell recently suggested that economic conditions may be “too good to be true.” A new report from Goldman Sachs suggests he was onto something.
Exactly how the funds are distributed will be framed around company data including earnings and the number of hours worked, as well as input from former employees.
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The Minneapolis-based company has poured resources into becoming a holiday heavy-hitter, introducing free two-day-shipping and same day delivery to compete with heavyweights Walmart and Amazon.

Global markets drop as a weeks-long swoon in tech stocks deepens and drags down the retail sector.

Stanphyl Capital is part of one of Wall Street’s most aggressive bets against a single company in history. The $10 billion wager has set up a marathon battle between one of Silicon Valley’s most outspoken leaders, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, and some of Wall Street’s most notorious doomsayers.

Congress Height’s new state-of-the-art Entertainment and Sports Arena rocked with a rambunctious, concert-like atmosphere last weekend. Flashing lights and smoke effects enveloped the floor in color,...

Rising interest rates and high levels of corporate debt could be a bad, bad mix.

The program aimed at helping farmers affected by the trade war with China is aiding some big-city dwellers as well.

The First Amendment cannot be used to throw out the black-owned TV programmer's suit against Charter, according to the appeals panel.

The newly disclosed subsidy package stemmed from existing law aimed at luring high-tech jobs.

The nation’s biggest bridal retailer has struggled to keep up with changes in the wedding apparel industry, including online shopping sites.

NASA is considering selling seats to the public on the spacecraft that will ferry its astronauts to the International Space Station, opening another line of revenue as the agency attempts to broaden its appeal.

Virgin Galactic’s 14-year quest to create the “world’s first commercial spaceline” has been deadly and expensive.

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The cost of long term care continues to rise

Huge crowds blocked roads across the country Saturday to protest diesel fuel tax hikes that they blame on the “president of the rich.”

The holidays mark peak travel season, and to accommodate more passengers on planes, airlines are making their bathrooms the smallest they’ve ever been.

A co-worker tells the boss when people show up late.

With the swipe of a deal pen, Apple is suddenly in the Oscar game. And that could change everything.

Benedict Evans, in his annual slides, peeks into the future of innovation.

  • Perspective

With the arrival of HQ2, D.C. could move up to the majors as a tech capital.

Amazon's decision to split its second headquarters between New York and D.C. has fueled fears that America's biggest cities are experiencing too much winning. The Senate and electoral college tell a different story.

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